PAC supports Jess Fields in HD 14 race


Former College Station City Council member and business owner earns Pro-Life endorsement

College Station, TX – January 12, 2016: Texas Right to Life’s Political Action Committee proudly announces the support and endorsement of Jess Fields in the race for Texas House District 14.

A former member of the College Station City Council and a successful small business owner, Fields is no stranger to fighting for the rights of those in his community.

Dedicated to the preservation of Life and liberty for the Texans of House District 14, Texas Right to Life is confident in Jess’s ability to stand among the strong members of the Texas House as an advocate for the preborn and the elderly in Texas.

As a staunch supporter of the Pro-Life cause, Jess Fields believes as Texas Right to Life does that all innocent human Life deserves protection from the moment of fertilization to natural death. Jess, through Texas Right to Life’s stringent PAC process, has demonstrated his willingness and eagerness to place Pro-Life policies and legislation as a priority in the Texas House of Representatives.

“Jess has proven his commitment to the Pro-Life cause even before announcing his bid for House District 14. His history of standing for Texans on a local level will translate well into his application of Pro-Life ethics – from protecting the preborn to protecting vulnerable patients from heath care decisions made without their consent. Texas Right to Life would be honored to work with Jess during the upcoming 85th Texas Legislature,” said Emily Cook, Political Director for Texas Right to Life.

Texas Right to Life is certain of Jess Field’s dedication to joining the growing coalition of strong Pro-Life House members who place solid Pro-Life legislation ahead of political agendas.

Jess and his wife, Courtney, live in College Station with their daughter.


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